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Weekend events include music, movie night

CLAY COUNTY — While the weekend before the July Fourth weekend may seem a bit quieter, there are still plenty of things to do. There will be free snow cones offered by Nelson Home Group from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 25, at the splash pad in Kearney's Lions Park, located downtown off Jefferson Street.
KEARNEY, MO
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Gladstone’s Final Of 4 Touchdowns Pushes Green Team To 8-Man All Star Game Victory

Spratt Stadium hosted this year's 8-Man All Star Football Game. Aydan Gladstone’s keeper off play action provided the final score, and a defensive stand at the end of the game gave the Green All Star Team a 34-26 win in the Missouri Football Coaches Association All Star Football game at Spratt Stadium on the Missouri Western State University Campus Saturday evening.
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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Kansas woman hospitalized after crash

ATCHISON COUNTY —A Kansas woman was injured in an accident just before 5:30p.m. Thursday in Atchison. According to Police Chief Mike Wilson, a vehicle driven by Julia Holt, 31, Atchison, struck a parked vehicle in the 1100 block Laramie. EMS transport Holt to Amberwell Hospital for examination. Police reported...
ATCHISON, KS
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American Legion Riders visit St. Joseph

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The American Legion Riders of Missouri and Kansas paid a visit to St. Joseph and the Pony Express Museum on Saturday afternoon. 210 riders on motorcycle drove down for the trip. "So being as how we were coming through St. Joseph, what better place to stop at...
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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New Troopers Assigned to Troop H

Trooper Saxton Pliley (l) and Trooper Jackson Schmedding (r). Photo by Missouri State Highway Patrol. Two recent graduates of the Missouri State Highway Patrol Academy have been assigned to Troop H, headquartered in St. Joseph. Trooper Saxton Pliley of Jamesport has been assigned to Zone 10, serving Daviess and DeKalb...
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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Local reaction to Roe v. Wade overturned

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The Supreme Court officially decided to overturn Roe v. Wade on friday morning. Since the announcement was made, people for and against abortion have been rallying and protesting the decision. "I wish it wouldn't have to be so political. But it is, it was from the beginning,"...
SAINT JOSEPH, MO

1897: Born in Kansas

Amelia Mary Earhart was born to Amy and Edwin Stanton Earhart in Atchison, Kansas. She and younger sister Muriel were partially raised by their maternal grandparents, spending the school year in Atchison and summers with their parents in Kansas City. A tomboy, Earhart spent her early years outdoors hunting and sledding alongside Muriel. Due to Edwin’s legal work with numerous railroads, the family eventually moved later in her childhood, also living in Des Moines, Iowa, St. Paul, Minnesota, and Chicago.
ATCHISON, KS
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Local author hosts book signing

Judith Sabbert recently held a book signing and Q&A at the East Hills Library in St. Joseph. The author of the newly released "Daring to Dance Again: Pearls of Wisdom for a Soul-Filled Life" shared about her life experiences and reflected on her emotional journey and the lessons learned along the way. The book is a compilation of personal and universal stories - sad and joyful, painful and funny.
SAINT JOSEPH, MO
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I-35 Lane Closure At Kearney Next Week

Mo-Dot has announced a lane closure for northbound Interstate 35 in Kearney next week as past of the on-going project that will construct a new interchange at Kearney’s 19th Street. MoDOT Kansas City will be completing bridge work that will require the closure of the left lane of northbound...
KEARNEY, MO
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Lady Dragons hold their own at summer league

LATHROP — The rebuilding process continues for the Cameron High School Lady Dragon Volleyball Team as they hope to capture their second consecutive district title this fall. With 2022 graduating seniors Avery McVicker, Mica Dunscombe, Olivia Moore and Natalie Garr serving as the foundation for the program for the past four years, the Lady Dragons continue using the Lathrop Summer Volleyball League as a proving ground for their future stars.
CAMERON, MO
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